3 Experimental Tests for Early Alzheimer’s Detection

Although there are a few experimental tests that can pinpoint some of the characteristics of Alzheimer's disease, they're not widely available and, according to the Mayo Clinic, more research is needed to determine what they reveal about the progression of a person's Alzheimer's disease and who the tests would benefit most. However, it is known that early detection would benefit patients by allowing them to begin treatment earlier, potentially slowing the progression of the disease. These tests consist of: Biomarker Tests This tests for the presence of two of the proteins responsible for Alzheimer's disease: tau and beta-amyloid. Higher levels of these in the cere
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